byRidlon, Harold G; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
Illustrates good study habits and explains why they are essential to academic success in college. Visits the suburbs of London, Marseilles, and Rotterdam to show how several cities attempt to eliminate ugly and inefficient suburbs by community planning. Topics: Study skills, Reading comprehension, Reading comprehension, Study skills
The ability to read written material is very important in the civilized world. In a society characterized by globalization and technological change, where knowledge is becoming increasingly important, reading ability is a key skill for active participation. The intent of the current study is to set out the nature of reading alongside express importance of reading and reading comprehension. The importance of the present study is to explore the current studies of reading in order to find out some... Topics: reading, reading comprehension, reading strategies
This study is based on the Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) by Paul Gruba, aimed at investigating the effect of Power-Point Computer Program on reading comprehension on Iranian senior high school in third grade students. The current Study was carried out, by using Power-Point Computer Program in instruction of passages of the third grade text book materials in senior high school as an experimental group who was instructed by using CD, Video, and computer through the power-point of... Topics: CALL, Reading Comprehension, Power, Point Computer Program
Reading and Spellings are two important aspects of Language learning but they are often ignored in our schools. This study examined the relationship between Reading and Spelling Abilities among Elementary school students of Punjab. The sample of study consisted of 300 class fourth students randomly selected from 10 English medium schools of Nawanshahr. The results of the study indicated that the level of word reading, reading comprehension and spellings ability of 4 th grade students studying... Topics: Word Reading, Reading Comprehension and Spellings
For more details, see the University of Florida George A. Smathers library catalog: http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?20UF029579773 Topics: Reading, Reading comprehension, Community college students
This study is based on the Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) by Paul Gruba, aimed at investigating the effect of Power-Point Computer Program on reading comprehension on Iranian senior high school in third grade students. The current Study was carried out, by using Power-Point Computer Program in instruction of passages of the third grade text book materials in senior high school as an experimental group who was instructed by using CD, Video, and computer... Topics: CALL, Reading Comprehension, Power, Point Computer Program
byIyengar, Sunil, 1973-; Ball, Don, 1964-; National Endowment for the Arts
"Produced by the Office of Research & Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts, Sunil Iyengar, director; editorial and publication assistance by Don Ball." Topics: Books and reading, Literature, Reading comprehension
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of homogeneous versus heterogeneous reading-style grouping on EFL students' non-preferred reading style and reading comprehension. The study used a pretest-posttest experimental design. The original subjects of the study (N=86) were Egyptian English major senior students during the 2005/2006 academic year. At the beginning of this academic year, the Analytic/Global Reading Styles Inventory (AGRSI) was administered to these subjects to... Topics: Reading Comprehension, Cognitive Style, Brain Hemisphere, Reading Comprehension, Cognitive Style,...
Reading experts examine ways of measuring reading skills development through various methods such as standardized tests Topics: Reading comprehension, Educational tests and measurements, Reading (Elementary), Educational tests...
The purpose of this study was to examine the differences in foreign language reading comprehension among high-, middle-, and low ambiguity tolerance students. The subjects for the study were 150 English-as-a-Foreign-Language (EFL) university students randomly drawn from all freshmen enrolled in the English section at four schools of education in Egypt. Data required by the study were obtained by using two measures: the MAT-50 (Morton, 1975) and a reading comprehension subtest of the Test of... Topics: Learning Strategies, Psycholinguistics, Reading Comprehension, Second Language Instruction
A reading comprehension exercise about a young brave boy. Translated into both English and Somali. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary) Topics: LAN, LAN.LP, Short Stories, Reading comprehension--Ability testing
The grammatical subject of sentences in English is regularly but not invariably perceived as the sentence topic. Attempts to express this regularity as a rule of grammar are frustrated by the numerous cases in which there is no topic or some other referring expression is the topic. An alternative account is one in which sentence topic is inferred on the basis of properties along two linguistic dimensions. The first is syntactic markedness: the more marked the syntactic structure, the more... Topics: ERIC Archive, English, Grammar, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Structure, Sentences, Syntax
For more details, see the University of Florida George A. Smathers library catalog: http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?20UF030595554 Topics: Reading comprehension, Test anxiety, Counseling in elementary education
Cooperative approach presents an example of an “innovative approach” that constitutes a paradigm shift in the area of language teaching. The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of the Cooperative Learning Approach-Cooperative Integrated Reading Composition (CIRC) on the Reading Comprehension Achievement in English among seventh graders. Cooperative Learning was compared with conventional teaching learning classroom structure using an experimental design. 140 students of... Topics: Co-Operative Learning Strategy (CIRC), Reading Comprehension Achievement
The study was conducted in the department of the English University of Gujrat during Spring- 2012 semester. A question paper was designed to check the aptitude of the intermediate students of population 25. There were three sections; Grammar, vocabulary and reading comprehension, in the question paper. Section: A (Grammar) was proved valid with 84.33 % of validity. The validity of Section: B (vocabulary) and Section C (reading comprehension) were 91.64 % and 52.00 respectively. As a whole, the... Topics: Validity, Reliability, Aptitude Test, Reading Comprehension, Grammar and Vocabulary.